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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 2, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY Ail County Newspaper That Serves Every of the Family men dont weed to When iheyfre pushing 50 thats exercise enough Beaten i Notwin Hi A GREENSBURG Pa questioned a of witnesses over the weekend searchingfor a lead in brutal slaying of Marcia Cordon 15 a high school sophrfl The girl s body was found Saturday night face dow a creek in North Huntingdon about six miles f her home in Shavvtown near this western Pennsylv community j A autopsy showed the girl had been sexuallyassa ed and bludgeoned to death according to Coroner Step D Yoney She was last seen shortly after attending a school basketball game last Tuesday Local Teacher Victim of Heart Attack Miss Geraldine Hawxhurst 47 319 South Sixth was believed c have been a victim of a heart She1 attnrle AJfons and Pages City EDITION Pennsylvania Monday February 2 Two Sections Seven Cent The body was found by B Lord 17 of Herminie abo mile from an Army Nike ins tion where a number of sol are stationed Lords mother ealled police discovery ended a search tha ibeen carried on for several by police volun Marcia an attractive bru was a pupil at Norwin H School She resided with her f a sister Patricia died ln attack early today She was reportedly dead on ar rival at tlie Indiana Hospital this morning after neighbors entered Uie said Marcia her home when she did not resphconecLhome after the baske to phone calls Sce 2 Col Deputy Indiana County Coroner Michael Hallow said death was 1C tributed to a coronary occlusion j IU J Miss Hawxhurst was a first grade teacher at Horace Mann in Indiana and was employ ed by the Indiana Public School I J system for 12 years llM LMSTrlCT Previous to teaching in Indiana1 she taught in Armagh for six years Cold frigid temperatures and in South Township the night helped lend suj Temperatures for five years i today to the groundhogs pr US LAG REPORTED lima ore the ire in om Shattered ten By Move RICHMOND Va reluctantly but calm pulled down the historic hacljbarricades to racial integra ays tion today and 21 Negro chil ers dren entered white schools in ette Norfolk and Arlington Couni g h ty i her Cordon s of vigilant police 7 j stretched around all seven schools er had Itftle to do There were no disturbances whatever on or hear le i the schools grounds ineither corn ed rnunity Nor were any incidents 7 j reported from within the buildings1 themselves Thus a state which once was j the symbol of Southern leadership in massive resistance to Integraj tion took the first hesitant steps j to accept it for the time being I i Gov J Lindsay Almond Jr j said he was highly gratified at the j peaceful changeover j Narfolk School Supt John J ration Q ikuipciaiuica yi six Sagamores known throughout the ing at Gobblers Knob in nor failure to answer phone calls con the investigation vuiiuiiug n JJI A t She received her elementary certion that six more weeks of winter and the entire nation tificate in 1932 and completed her iweather are in store I should be proud of the manner in bachelor of science degree at Ini Lone bem tl f i our has shown the fine diana State Teachers College in hi nose oTof ofto Brewbaker T native oHndiana the deceased Seventeen of the 21 Negro stu was boniv nsf 91 IQII were admitted to three iu tui j w ju j Miss Hawxhurst was completing Uhe zero senioA high schoolsf her third year as a teacher in thcj Rnfh j M ar Norfolk four be8an schooj ati Bot1 Rural VaIleX and NuVlme Stratford Junior High in Arlingl temperatures of six lelow ton a welltodo suburb of Wash low ington j While police were stationed it all the Norfolk norni Arlington put on a bigger more NOSE TO Znerold 12 of DesMoincs Iowa gets acquainted with Blondie a 5eai WUKl u old Lioness who is the bejeweled pet of Charles E Hipp of Graham Tex Mr and Mrs Hipp keep nnrt Brewbaker voiced pride in all the Blondle with them oh their jaunts around thecountry despite the initial agitation ofmost hotel and motel owners Hipp bought the lioness from a Dallas zoo when she was a cub When BJondie gets dirty Hipp says he heaves her bathtub soaps hoc down and gives her a good cleaning AP Wirephoto oicvvoaMir vuiceu f people of his city All Quiet Today At Norfolk NORFOLK Va AP 1 To 2 Yrs Back Of Soviet WASHIGTQN AP Civilian space chief T Keith said today it will be to 2 years before the jUnited States will be able to Into space payloads as jbig as the Soviet Union al ready has aloft Glennan called for a long hard push in the space race But he warded off Democra Seventeen Negro children entic suggestions that more dol rolled without commotion atjlars would help America six white schools here today catch up Their historic entrance working as diligently inciding with the attendanceand effectively as we he of four Negro children to atold the Space Committee white school in northern Vir V LA f JfcCiXJ VV ginas Arlington C o u n ty as the House group following the brought the first break in the course of Senate investigators last 1 rtn Hallman As Chief Clerk school segregation barrier for the Old Dominion The Negro children appeared here with an estimated children for registrations No for mal classroom work was sched uled today The six schools had been shut since September when a federal judges desegregation order made final The Negro pupil arrivals were greeted by gatherings of curious white students who made no dem Policemen were off hand at all six schools A1 one school they opened the way for Negro children as they walked up the At Maury High School where 10th grader Lewis Cousins a Ne gro is enrolled some 300 pupils assembled to hear their assistant Wild reporter admit ted to the session jmade no reference to integration See AH 2 Col 1 Area Forger week opened hearings on how the United States is faring in the race for mastery of space Chairman Overton Brooks D La pronounced the committees job too important to be swayed by politics But before Glennan got in his first word the commit tee members were out with dif fering viewpoints reflecting the argument over President Eisen howers defense and space pro gram Brooks said We are definitely behind the Rep James Fulton a sen ior committee Republican chimed in I dont think I personally can go along with any blanket state ment of who is he said hern spectacular but as it turned out show of the strength was f degrees above anVthe es aove an limeof death was established lowcst temperature recoS 5 a rn AntiFranco vParty Said Now Forming Tl S A i degree below zero as Three Negro boys and a girl trudged into Stratford school by a rear entrance 23 minutes before the opening hour Police equipped for riot duty Bitter Cold ChecksRise Of Waters The Indiana County Commissioners today Av4 Robert L Hallman 29 of Penn Run R D 1 to succeed CI JHarry H Wilson of Blairsville as chief clerk in the office jof the cominissioners the first major change to be made in the position since 1943 The Cherryhill Township man assumed his official da ilies He succeeds to the post held for 16 years by Mr in patrolled the grounds Plaini We succeecls to post held for 16 years by Mr one i clothes ftfficers five to 10 of them I MEADVILLE Pa Wilson prominent Blairsville man who has compiled an school officials said took cod checked further rise of outstanding record of civic leadership in his home conurm Izero at St rt MADRID erals and rightists have defied tlle Generalissimo Francos ban on was 10 below at position political movements and formed a new party samPle oiuuui uuiiiais smu IOOK scauons i I lie dropped lelow jnside the building One was a French Creek today as Army exinity early today at many western woman iPerts continued to blast away at Mr Wilson was postmaster to TtS At Norfolk and Arlington there Ia floodthreatening icegorge Blairsville for more than 12 years ami eabiein sections ol the state was a complete absence of demj The stream began receeding and served on the Blairsville iOnstrations picketing or disturbslowly Sunday after reaching a School Board for 28 years most of ing incidents hgh of feet at Meadvillehe time as boafd president He were warmer The mercury dived to 11 So far there has been no retal wt I Cll IVJCtlMVIllC vi ii4V iWJUl Vi Jl COl UC 111 IIC port The Arlington County School which 11 days ago suffered the Sis expected to remain in the chief assist Mr Hallman to become fanv Jrad No oarticular A c j f assist Mr Hallmanto become fam iu pauicuiar tension The Army Saturday reinforced it said everyone wasits original sixman team of the dutles and Pittsperfectly at ease and everything molition experts in efforts to the tire to take action would be in and Philadelp AnteinaUonal in aiAuiail ICUIll Ol Uc nus perfectly at ease and everything molition experts in efforts to elim1 nnnal one of two icejams which 1 One white a sign of T All political parties except the f mercury fell to government are banned Jrees at 6 was the BSt diU Ot the winter in Spain Nearly 100 army officers bank ers lawyers university profes sors and others formed the nusv party called Spanish a banquet Thursday in a Madrid hotel Speakers included Joaquin Suj Fernandez a liberal Monarchist and member of a wealthy family of Basque indusi trialists and Eiuiciue Tierno van professor of political law at Salamanca University and head of a group of liberal Republicans est the winter The wwver bekw iia she said her name waters Hallman is a graduate of ers College Jan 1959 and Tri State College Angola Indiana Phil out that the four Negro The soldiers switched from 9 dechildren were already inside andnamke to TNT over the weekend awilltled a Bachelor coldwalkwt nuMHf m of Science Deuree in Rusinoss Ari uc ciuiuifn were aireaay inside and namite to TNT over the weekend acumen a pauwiui cold walked away proclaiming to reto hasten the work Thus far thev SdenCe De8ree Businoss Ad over porters Im not going back until have whittled off half of a at ISTC ancl a Bach even HIHV net nianoro i elor or Science in Uiisiness Ad even they get those niggers TraditionPage h as Col 4 siUated long near fLflence in Business Ad ntiin minisiianon Brer Groundhog Sees Keep Those Woolies Out PUNXSUTAWNEY Pa The groundhog darn near froze j there legaUy and kept his regime i SX more Wfieki imeiv lice by force He criticized the T lie grounchogs governments economic policy ciet keePer V it was without present or al am led a procession of hearty members of the i Punxsutawney Groundhog C I Gobblers Knob a little hill See 2 Col 7 JohnL Said Much Improved iu WASHINGTON leader Light tlje president of John L Lewis is much improved But despite all this the g few amed j ub to thej i outskirts of this western Pejnnsyl Ivania town It was 10 below zero de today his doctor said rlarecl club ountl hog poked his nose out and as The 78yearold president of the promptly scurried back his United Mine Workers Union enhole This means there will be six wtrcd Georgetown University Hosjmore weeks of winter pital Friday and suffered an ati Light declared the jroindhog tack Sunday morning actually didnt hibernate this win Dr John B Minor called the illter Instead he said the ground ness serious Sunday night Today hog was helping Light piomote he said Mr Lewis is much laisale of a cookbook Cooking with proved and seems to have All procefds go sponded to treatnientrwe believe teC Adrian Hospital here Light it is not an embolism but pneusaid the groundhog was pioperly i iji attired in his chefs hat and Embolism is a clotting or blockered apron when he intonec He High School Philadelphia in 1947 and served in the United States Navy 19481952 I He is a member of Alpha Sig ina Phi Fraternity and the Ango Indiana Masonic Lodge He lives at Penn Run RD 1 Chest I nut Ridge and is married tp the Ruth Marie Bennett daugh Uer of Mr and Mrs Charles W Bennett of Penn Run RD 1 Chesl months in the Indiana County Jail was the lead witness Glennatf McCorinft to the flm that the with Rep John that fte uj space asfeg as the Soviets already lasve Jtujnched This past have shown we can but we have only started Glennan said He cau tioned that if space work Is pushed only in fits and starts then wed better spend our money buying telescopes to watch the Rusfeians pioneer in Defenders of President Eisen howers program have admitted a lag Soviet Union in some respects but say that over all the program is doing well Glennan figured that by mid summer of the next year a new Here Today An Indiana County resident re turned to county authorities after serving a term in the Armstrong County Jail for forgery was sen tenced on two similar counts to day before Judge Edwin M Clark William Rak Shelocta RD 1 ure UCAt charged with passing twp bad secondstage rocket engine when checks m Indiana was ordered to useti with an Atlas intercontinen jpay the costs of prosecution make tal missile engine will allow the j restitution of the two checks he United States to toss a threeton passed and sentenced to serve six payload into orbit or a halfton monms in flip Inrlinnn Pnnntv Inil Tlieodore John Cochran Black j Lick charged with loitering A j i prowling after dark in the yVealC Lick area was sentenced to pay wMlv payload as far as the moon the costs of prosecution and given O I C orgnals rrom MissingShip HALIFAX AP Weak radio signals stirred faint hope to 95 persons a suspended sentence inasmuch as he was involved in a burglary Cochran along with Robert Rag er Josephine and John McAdams Black Lick charged with larceny and receiving stolen prop ierty were ordered to pay the costs radio signals stirn of prosecution make restitution tnat some of goods taken from a Black Lick the missing Danish ship residence pay a fine of each Hans Hedtoft might yet be found and placed on probation for tne icebergdotted seas off years Greenland Harry Wallace Oak Hans GChristiansen dirctor pleaded guilty today to two chargof Denmarks Greenland Depart es of failing to stop at the scene said in Copenhagen j of an accident was Httle doubt the signals picked j He was ordered to pay the costs by a rescue ship and two of prosecution make restitution shore stations cams the damage to the cars nom a survivor of the Hans Hed pay a Wallace hit toft which collided with an iceberg K into two cars on Philadelphia last Friday WASHING TON Kenlast week and lo stop Royal Canadian Air Force search ROBERT L HALLMAN now chief clerk Bill I Loyal followers of the tradition never doubi the infalibility of the nu WASHUNUJUIN Kenlast week and lo stop Royal Canadian Air Force search i furry little animal They sneer at Caiman is a former neth Keating RNY plans to in Philip Dutko Morrow Blairsi and rescue headquarters here saifi ot thu Manufacturing hill ville chareed with eivinu liaunrithe irregular dotdash messages I j scoffers and imitators alike 3loye ot tlle JQ Manufacturing Members of the local chih nar in Sallsburg and has neiu rveaung VKINTJ plans 10 in1 hnilip UUtKO Morrow Otairsi resuue ueauquaucrs ucrc saiy 18 troduce a bill protecting reporters ville charged with giving liquor j the irregular dotdash messages ls who want to reveal t to minors pleaded guilty and was were on a frequency normally ticularly discount the reliability of compl an impressive back to pav the costs of pro1 used by aircraft sending horn upstart groundhogs at Quarry ville smce ot their stones One limv secution fined and placed in ing signals and Allentown in the eastern part tation That the silence does not the Indiana County Jail for three Coast Guard headquarter 1 nC LOlintV in fnmrw and Ailentown in the eastern part of the state lhe Coiint Commissioners exhurt he nations i groundhog is plessed an not in the least affected bv conpacing Mr Hallman as new iflicting opinions on his value as a hiel said ie hlS Isure fire weather forecaster He ly PeiX jand his ancestors have been the county jing along with the gag for years Dee inot caring a whit for believers Mlller nj Ori scoffers or the weather are present Jnduuia Com I Scoffers always are ready puKluce scientific evidemv that i the groundhog merely comes out j ol his burrow in search of a mate Besides being unable to read a A young short haired dog that i months check T 44W i of the blood Pneumonia is dreary words today uch more susceptible to treat Six more weeks of srlow to ment with drugs i shovel f v j j It Ml t UWC calender how could a groundhog j is fine with children and would know it is Feb 2 they ask make a good house pet is seek Believers point out that it has ing a good home Also a tan short been customary since the Roman i haired female dog that was 1 sweep of Europe to found in the 500 block of Locust I weather on Candlemas Day Feb Street is seeking its owner The if an animal any animal could dog was wearing a red collar when Icy winds and zero nights or could not see its shadow They found also ascribe the legend to an old Information can be had on eith This is the one year i should Scottish saying er dog by phoning 58855 after 8 stayed iu bed See 2 Col 2 Inside The Gazette ROBERT S ALLEN CounUi ineusuws to the Berlin crisis is the topic of Hubert S Allens column today on editorial page 6 ISTC CAGERS DEFEAT Tin Big Jndiifii yj ISTC turned in thtir Ijigliesl scur iirg ptrtormauce of the season Saturday night See shorts Other Feafores BRER GROUNDHOG sees his shadow Comics VUddlus Lamp Business Mirror Croamords U in Society Hoapitnl Notes H TVBadio IMS J World 4 Ml WEATHER Fair and continued cold tonight Low tonight zero lo ten above j bunny Tuesday and warmer in the afternoon I in New York said its cutter Camp bell which has been engaged in a fruitless search for survivors sinca Saturday had not heard any sig nals on the frequencies normally used by lifeboats The Campbell was en route to where an overturned sighted Sunday The spot is about 100 miles southwest of Cape Farewell the southeast tip of Greenland Danish officials iu Copenhagen said this was almost the exact spot where they calculated a life boat would drifted The signals were on a cy of 520 kilocycles The Hans Hedtofts three alwaiouw WeakPage I Col l Party Tonight Catholic i Sedans Beauty Salon wiD closed uaul feb 16   

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